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Hey all, I've been having problems with my throttle position sensor on my Yamaha WR450F 2005. When the sensor is plugged in the bike runs very lumpy on constant throttle and is nearly un-ride-able. In the manual, and all over the internet, there are values of which the TPS must be set at and what resistance it should have. These are : 4-6 ohms resistance 0.58 - 0.78 volts My TPS is set perfectly within these values, being 4.9ohms and 0.72 volts. This indicates to me that my TPS is fine and there is no point buying another? But as soon as i unplug the sensor it does run NEARLY perfect, still very very slightly lumpy but hardly noticeable. Has anyone else had correct readings on their TPS but still isn't working? any help? I don't want to spend £300 on a sensor then it not actually be the problem? Thanks
hello, I have been riding this bike since June. Its my first bike and I think I am doing pretty good on it. I hopped on my buddies 2006 ktm 250 exc and first thing I noticed without even riding it was the riding position felt like it put me in way more control. It put me in an 'attack' position much more naturally than on my bike. My initial thoughts are that somehow getting my bars further forward would help that. Compared to his bike, my bike seems harder to really keep weight into my bars. Like my body's COM is further back. I am thinking changing the bars would help. What do you think? I'm not sure how much more I can rotate them before they start pointing up into the air too much. I have YZ highs on it right now. My friend has the same on his KTM. Maybe to add to this since I didn't see a good recent post: What are your favorite bars for your YZ125?